A Deeper Understanding
I HAD ALWAYS thought, as my years in AA went on, "The other fellow's anonymity is more important than mine. I don't really care anymore. I'm really glad people outside know I'm in AA."
Ah yes, but was I being equally honest with the people inside AA? I didn't ask myself that.
I had no idea how I really felt until came a day I had subconsciously feared for years--the day a man was felled by a heart attack at a banquet, during a convention held by the AA area where I live. Another member had just received a medallion honoring him as Canada's first AA--when it... Login to read more
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